Contentious Immigration Bill Divides Student Communities

By Eric Fan. A Republican senator from Georgia, David Perdue, became a fortuitous hero for some foreign communities when he stepped on the...

O’Brien on China: Trump’s New National Security Advisor and the Future of U.S.—China Relations

O’Brien should balance his perspectives on zero-sum power competition with the need for genuine cooperation between China and the United States.

China’s Pork Crisis and the US-China Trade War

In 2019, it may be pork diplomacy that prevents Washington and Beijing from digging a pit too deep for either to climb out.

China Program Reports: August 29, 2019

On May 31-June 1, 2019, The Carter Center hosted “The Rise of China and Its Impact on Developing Countries,” the sixth annual...

The Third Debate: 2020 Democratic Candidates on China

(Photo by David J. Phillip/AP) Rob La Terza In the September 12 Democratic debate, each...

It Takes Two to Tango: Are Washington and Beijing Dancing to a New Trade...

(Photo by Alex Brandon, Associated Press) Rob La Terza On September 11th, China announced tariff exemptions...

The Departure of John Bolton Won’t Affect US Policy Towards China

(Photo by Evan Vucci, AP) by Rob La Terza President Trump fired his famously hawkish National...

The Status of the US-China Trade Conflict: September 9, 2019

(Photo by Tobias A. Müller on Unsplash) By Rob La Terza The US-China trade conflict continues...

China Program’s Africa-US-China Trilateral Cooperation Timeline

This page serves as a timeline of the Carter Center China Program's involvement in Africa-US-China trilateral cooperation from 2015 to 2019. March 5-6, 2015 1st...

Turbulent Waters: (Mis)Managing the Rise of China by Robert S. Ross

"The U.S.-China power transition is approaching a critical juncture. The rapid improvement of China’s relative economic influence and naval capabilities in East Asia has...

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